Abiodun Gives Contractor 2 Weeks To Complete Denro-Ishashi-Akute Road

Abiodun Gives Contractor 2 Weeks To Complete Denro-Ishashi-Akute Road

Ogun State Governor Prince Dapo Abiodun has given the contractor handling the Denro-Ishashi-Akute Road project two weeks to complete it.

.The governor also said work would soon begin on the Alagbole-Ajuwon Road and Akute-Ajuwon Road in Ifo local government area.

Other roads for which contracts are to be awarded include Hercules Giwa (Oke Aro Road), some sections of Akute-Ijoko Road, and the road leading to Yakoyo.

The governor, who made this known during an on-the-spot assessment of roads in the council, assured residents that his administration would also construct a primary healthcare centre for them.

The governor said construction of the Denro-Ishashi-Akute Road started almost three years ago, adding that the contractor must mobilise to the site immediately and ensure the completion of the project in two weeks.

He recalled his promise to ensure equitable infrastructure provision across the state, adding that this was being followed religiously.

He said his administration has ensured that road construction is evenly distributed among the state’s 20 local governments.

“I pledge to come here today to see things for myself. Two roads are considerably crucial to our people.

“First of all, the Denro-Ishashi-Akute Road, I have given the contractor marching orders that the road, asphalt and the bridge must be completed in the next two weeks.

“I want to assure you all that it is your time now. It is your right. You voted for us. I am a promise-keeping governor. I will not make empty promises.

“Now, within the next two weeks, a maximum of three weeks, active construction will start on Alagbole-Ajuwon and Akute-Ajuwon roads.

“Today, we’ve reconstructed Olusegun Osoba-Toyin Street, Denro-Ishashi-Akute Road is under construction. We have so many other roads we’ve constructed here. But because there is so much deficit in the infrastructural development in this area, it appears as if we are not reconstructing them as fast as they want us to,” he said.